United Airlines could be under fire again for the quality of its customer service in friendly skies. Nicole Harper, who was on a flight from Houston to Kansas, said she had to go to the restroom. When she tried to go, she was told to go back to her seat, she said. Related Content United CEO: 'We had a horrible failure' Doctor dragged off United flight reaches settlement with airline 10 things United is doing to avoid another passenger fiasco "I said 'I'm going to need to use the restroom or I'm going to need a cup,'" Harper said. She claims she told the flight attendant about the issue, and when she said she would either need to go to the restroom or be given a cup, the flight attendant gave her a cup. Harper filed a complaint with United Airlines and the Department of Transportation.
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A Missouri mother says she endured one of the most embarrassing moments of her life while on a United Airlines flight in April. Nicole Harper says she desperately needed to use the bathroom while flying from Houston, Texas, to Kansas City, Missouri -- but when she attempted to head to the restroom, an employee asked her to return to her seat. Harper told WDAF she tried to explain to flight attendants multiple times that she suffers from an overactive bladder, but they still refused to let her up. The humiliated mom says she was then escorted to the bathroom to empty the two cups, which she was forced to hold on to until she got off of the plane. Throughout the entire ordeal, Harper says United employees were rude and unapologetic, and that they basically treated her as if she was "a criminal for doing this. Initial reports from our flight attendants indicate that Ms.
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And embarrassing. If I had a therapist. Sadly for me And my bedding. And my husband who was sleeping in said bedding.
Many people have experienced waking up from a dream of going to the bathroom to find that they've either gone, are going, or really have to go. For most, this is a one-time occurrence and it's nothing to worry about. If this is a repeated problem, however, you should seek help. It's not the dream that's causing the accident, it's the fact your body isn't waking up to its need to urinate. I was walking upstairs and felt my nightgown against my body.